Nigerian church begins the sales of prophetic prayer recharge cards

Nigerian church begins the sales of prophetic prayer recharge cards

A man recently has taken to social media to share photos of what is believed to be a prophetic prayer card being sold by Catholic church in Owerri.

They say religion is the opium of the people and with the bizarre stories coming out of Nigeria, it appears a lot of Nigerians may have overdosed on it. Currently trending on social media is the sale of 'prophetic prayer cards' by a church in Nigeria.

As seen in the photos shared by Twitter user, Chibuzor, the 'prayer cards' appear to be in the form of a recharge card with a series of pins and codes at the back of the card with a direction on how to activate it.

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The post which went viral on the internet garnered massive reactions from people who though it completely ridiculous and another means to steal from the masses.

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Nigerian church begins the sales of prophetic prayer recharge cards

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This appears to be one of the reasons controversial Nigerian OAP, Daddy Freezes continues to attack Nigerian religious leaders.

At the recent launch of singer Falz's new album, Moral Instruction, his mother Funmi Falana, revealed that the singer no longer goes to church, expressing her concern over the issue as she urged him to start attending.

As expected, the leader of the #FreeTheSheeple movement weighed in on the matter. According to Freeze who is an avid critic of Nigerian churches and her leaders, he stated that the singer isn't missing much as most Nigerian churches misinterpret the true meaning of the religion.

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